Press Release

Lighting remains “a bright spot” with new ballast ratings on American Zettler relays

For more information:
American Zettler, Inc.
75 Columbia
Aliso Viejo, CA 92656 USA
Phone: 949-831-5000
sales@azettler.com

Aliso Viejo, CA – March 26, 2014 – American Zettler is continuing to make 2014 a defining year by announcing a host of new ratings on relays targeted at the lighting industry. Zettler established a trend when founder Alois Zettler orchestrated the first outdoor lighting show for King Ludwig II in 1884. Coupling his light show with music, he created a new future for entertainment…and lighting! With a lighting resume that dates back more than a century, it should come as no surprise that even today, American Zettler remains on the forefront of relay design for the industry.

Responding to customer demands and the requirements from an ever changing industry, AZ has not only improved ratings on relay industry mainstays, like the AZ2150, but we have also accelerated the development of new relays including the AZ2501L. Here is just a taste of what’s new:

2150
AZ2150: 20A@120/277VAC (NO contact),
magnetic ballast

932
AZ932: 8.3A@120VAC,
3.8A@277VAC (NC contact),
electronic ballast, 16A@347VAC for magnetic ballasts
az2501l

AZ2501L: 16A @ 277 VAC (NO contact) for electronic ballasts and
20A @ 277 VAC for magnetic ballast. 

To tap into Zettler’s rich history in the “brightest” industry, contact your local sales representative or email us directly at sales@azettler.com.

About American Zettler, Inc.
Headquartered in Aliso Viejo, Calif., American Zettler, Inc. produces over fifty different types of relays to meet the many requirements of commercial and industrial applications. Because of their high reliability, American Zettler relays are used in a wide range of demanding applications including telecommunication and security systems, computer peripheral and office automation equipment, home appliances, lighting, test and measurement devices, industrial controls and many other types of electric and electronic equipment. Additionally, American Zettler works closely with a computerized distribution network with stocking facilities in virtually every major industrial area in the world.